It's part coming-of-age, part feminine awakening.
This was a fun, quirky, and satirical read. I don't normally go for these sorts of books and don't find "funny" books funny, but this one had me laughing at points.
I learned a ton, starting with saliva is basically filtered blood. Loved the author's voice, which was witty and amusing, without being forced
Well-written and thought-provoking, The Scent Keeper is the read you didn't know you needed.
The Morning they Came for Us is one of those books you don't read, but experience. If you're human, you will feel, and you will feel deeply. I recommend setting aside time to both read and take breaks to reflect while reading, especially with the descriptions of torture and violence.
All in all, a decent contemporary YA book, with heavy topics that are easily digestible by YA readers.
A different kind of beach reads.
A perfect read for anyone who wants to appreciate a woman's footprint in history, is interested in paleontology and fossils, or just wants a damn good read, Remarkable Creatures is it. I can find no fault in the book. From the beautiful rendition of a period piece, to the conversations, the interweaving of history, to the friendship between Mary and Elizabeth, it's a perfectly written novel.
Her Royal Spyness is the first book in the Royal Spyness series. Georgie is 34th in line to the English throne, and penniless. Her half brother and his wife have "economized" and stopped her allowance, so Georgie goes to London to find a job.
There, she meets with the queen, who gives her a job: spy.
For fans of Outlander - you'll love the time travel perspectives, the mystery, and the Scottish headlands.